- What are the people doing
- What is Jesus doing
- What is this saying to us
we pray for those unwell and for those undergoing treatments and recovering from surgery and those who have injured themselves – for healing and for peace
we pray for all who work to relief the suffering of the recent floods in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi
once again two things this week:
- firstly a big Thank You to all who give regularly or at all
- secondly there are now hard copy forms available as well as website links for those who want to switch to ‘Planned Giving’
finally too an appeal to anyone who has either experience or a passion for fundraising and grant application to join our finance team – you can email them on email@example.com
the Wednesday Bible Studies will continue on Lenten theme – come along at 19.30 at the Centre. The theme will be Building community. 1 Corinthians 1:1-3
- Next Joint Service with the AKs is on 31.03. but remember clocks change
- If you want a speaking part in the passion reading on Palm Sunday 14.04. let me know
- the Annual Meeting will be on Sunday 7.04.19 after the service
- Sunday 14. Palm Sunday and Passion Reading
- Thursday 18. Maundy / Green Thursday Service in the Anglican Centre @ 19.30
- Friday 19. Good Friday
Open House 10.30-19.30 in the Anglican Centre come and go as you pleasesuitable for all ages
- Saturday 20. Holy Saturday – Ecumenical Vigil Service @ 21-23.30 begins in Leonardskirche and finishes in Katherinenkirche
- Sunday 21. Easter Sunday Eucharist @ 11.15 in Church followed by Easter egg hunt for children and bring-and-share lunch for all
will remain the same throughout Lent:
“Create in me a clean heart O God.” PSALM 51.10 (for pre-schoolers)
“Create in me a clean heart O God, and put a new and right spirit within me.” PSALM 51.10 (everyone else)
- the Church Council will need from April onwards a new Council Treasurer – could this be You ?? (ask Kara what is required in skills and duties)
- the Church will need from April onwards a representative for ‘Council of Anglican and Episcopal Churches in Germany’ required – they meet twice a year for 24 hours next one is in September and will be hosted by us !!
other gifts sought please:
- – technical support
- – intercessions – public or private
- – healing prayer – private
- – fundraising
- – sunday school team will need another person from September
- – do you play an instrument – our much loved organist is allowed holidays…….
offers of help to firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to Kara
we welcome those new among us and pray they will soon feel at home at St Catherine’s
our Welcome Team are usually the first people that greet newcomers, but it is for all of us to keep an eye out to see if anyone is struggling to find their way in the black book ………… or needing to be introduced to people over coffee
Chaplain – every Monday: 14.30 – 16.00 and every Saturday: 11.00 – 12.30
If I am not there at these times there will be a very good reason !
Chaplaincy Administrator aka the lovely Lauris – every Thursday: 10.00 – 12.00
I am also at the Centre at other times so feel free to drop in – no appointment needed !
Or DO make an appointment if that more suits your needs.
St Catherine’s Anglican Church does not receive financial support from the German government or the Diocese in Europe. We depend on the generous financial support of those that worship with us to support our ministry.
Thank you in advance for your support !
Your contributions may be paid by Überweisung to St Catherine’s Church:
The Friends of the English Church e.V.
IBAN: DE67 5206 0410 0000 4022 22
Arrangements can also be made for those wishing to give from other countries because they no longer live in Stuttgart / Germany – please contact email@example.com